Tucked away in a calm little oasis, the village of Quidnet is one special Nantucket Spot. And our friends at Fisher Real Estate are giving us the inside scoop on one of the most beautiful beachfront homes with Cam Gammill and Jen Shalley.
We’ve got the top five on why 100 Quidnet should be on your radar right here!
While Nantucket is a postcard in general, 100 Quidnet Road takes views to the next level. With front row, panoramic perspectives of the Atlantic Ocean and breathtaking sights of Sesachacha Pond and Sankaty Lighthouse, the scenes are unstoppable.
2. That Beach & Pond Access
Beachfront living at its best, 100 Quidnet Road is a mere stone’s throw away from Quidnet Beach, so access literally could not be any easier. Step out of your back door and meander straight to the beach by way of a dune lined path. If SUP activities, wind-surfing or kayaking are more your speed, the pond is just down the street!
3. The Location
Quidnet village is an idyllic neighborhood that is perfect for those that love the serenity and tranquility of Nantucket. The area is a quiet gem with incredible views, pristine scenery and gorgeous properties, many of which have been in the same families for generations. The area is also close to Wauwinet, where you can spend the day using that 4WD and driving out to Great Point or enjoying a 5-star meal at Topper’s Restaurant.
4. The Design
The home was designed by Botticelli & Pohl, Nantucket’s premier residential architects. It features three-levels of living space, soaring ceilings, clean lines and beautiful woodwork throughout.
Open living spaces are flooded with natural light and a second-floor deck with French doors is the perfect frame for the breathtaking ocean views.
5. 100 Quidnet Is Family Friendly!
Quidnet is a great destination for families looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of downtown. Offering a variety of activities, this eastern shore neighborhood has something for every age. Sesachacha Pond is a popular spot for families due to the calm waters and soft sand. BONUS: It’s also an ideal place for days spent outdoors as there are over 250 acres of hiking paths nearby.
One can also easily head east towards ‘Sconset to explore Sankaty Lighthouse or take the family to the Codfish Park playground before grabbing an ice cream from the ‘Sconset Market. 100 Quidnet Road is truly one special beachfront oasis in the heart of the sea.